By Massad Ayoob
In this excerpt from Combat Shooting, Massad Ayoob examines the studies and instructing of 3 of the best gunfighters of all time. learn the way Wyatt Earp, Charles Askins, Jr., and Jim Cirillo approached the paintings and technology of strive against taking pictures.
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Too many never got past the trigger finger to see the heart and the mind of Jim Cirillo. A cop on NYPD for a decade before he had to kill a man, six or so tumultuous, bullet shattered years on the famed Stakeout Unit (SOU) defined him in the public eye. It was easy to forget that after he retired from The City, his next career as an instructor – first with US Customs, then at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and at last in the private sector after he “retired” – saw him save even more lives than those future deaths he prevented when he shot down vicious armed robbers who gave him no choice.
I had the old Remington with its 9-shot magazine and I knocked down the first two rannies in as many shots. I then switched my attention to the other three who did not like the heat. They ran back into Mexico, a distance of about 60 yards, and opened fire. 44 Russian. 351 slug, he dropped to his knees behind a cottonwood sapling and kept right on firing. 44 Russian is a single-action and this bravo had to thumb the hammer back for each shot. He got off three rounds before a second charge of my buckshot ended his career.
I made acquaintances that I was to renew later, all over the West, on the buffalo range, in cowtowns, mining camps, and along the trails between, some as far away as the Alaskan gold fields in ’97 and ’98. “I met Wild Bill Hickok in Kansas City in 1871. Jack Gallagher, the celebrated scout, was there; and I remember Jack Martin, Billy Dixon, Jim Hanrahan, Tom O’Keefe, Cheyenne Jack, Billy Ogg, Bermuda Carlisle, Old Man Keeler, Kirk Jordan, and Andy Johnson. The names may not mean much to another century, but in my younger days each was a noted man.
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